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Brfive

Sand Lake

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Just wondering about Sand Lake. We'll be heading up this week-end so any tips would be great!!(Walleyes and pannies for the kids.) Thanks!!!

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Not much info to give right now. Eyes have been tough but seem to be on the rocks 12' to 16' down using jig and shiners. Others have found a few on crawlers and a herness but seem to go a little deeper. Panfish have also been tough. Had a nice stringer brought in yesterday with colored hook, slip bobber and waxies on a sand point about 8' down in the morning but had strong winds ALL day yesterday so not sure how they will be affected. Pike and Perch have both stayed somewhat steady thru all this odd weather.

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Thanks for the info!! laugh.gif Hopefully it will pick up when we get there! grin.gif If not, it's just nice to be up there!

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This is a great yellow perch lake...

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